Jawbone density is a necessity when preparing to receive traditional dental implants. Unfortunately, many patients lack the essential support that is required to ensure long-lasting success. However, at Bionica Dental Wellness, our team has a solution that can make achieving permanent smiles a reality – All-On-4 in Delafield. Using fewer implant posts, individuals can avoid complex bone grafting and instead, move forward with treatment that maximizes the densest areas of their jawbone. Call our office today to find out if you are eligible to receive All-On-4.
All-On-4 offers patients who lack the necessary jawbone density the opportunity to enjoy life with dental implants. Instead of undergoing a bone grafting procedure, our team can identify the densest areas of the jawbone and place four implant posts in the corresponding locations. Two will be placed toward the back of the mouth at 45-degree angles, while two additional ones will be placed toward the front of the mouth.
As a result, new teeth can be positioned on top of the implants, giving individuals a new and improved appearance that is just as sturdy and long-lasting as traditional dental implants.
The good news is that most adults who suffer from tooth loss have a considerable chance of being recommended for All-On-4. While a person may be unable to move forward with traditional dental implants, All-On-4 makes these long-lasting prosthetics possible even when jawbone density is not readily available.
It is essential, however, that patients meet with our team to discuss their oral and overall health during their initial consultation, as other factors can hinder the success of these prosthetics. A person must commit to taking proper care of their smile, and if any health-related conditions exist (i.e., diabetes, heart disease, etc.), they must be managed to avoid implant failure.
The benefits of All-On-4 are unlike any other tooth replacement solution, such as:
It might seem as if All-On-4 and traditional dental implants are the same, but there are a few differences between them that you should know: